It’s the perfect place for anyone who ever wanted to see how fast their car could go but didn’t want to risk a ticket.

“It’s for racing real cars. It runs right by the house, so you can do events and watch the race from down below or the top deck,” says listing agent Daniel Short, with True North Realty Group.

The 7,764-square-foot mansion, 30,000 square feet of metal outbuildings, and 393 acres are listed for $6.7 million. But the list price may change as there is a sale pending for some of the flood plain land for watershed conservation.

Short says the remaining land could be further subdivided.

Racetrack
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Outbuilding

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‘Party downstairs’

The main house was completed in 2016 and has five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

“It’s pretty much party downstairs because he’s got a full bar, pool table, a large open space,” Short says. “All the bedrooms have their own private baths. All of the views are looking over the land.”

Short says the seller’s passion is racing cars.

“The asphalt [racetrack] is racing-grade material, which is better traction and speed conditions for the driver’s safety,” he explains. The fast course includes “hairpin turns.”

Several outbuildings have everything a car enthusiast needs.

“He’s got car lifts, a paint booth, a wash bay, a place to do tire work, and [a location to] store racing fuel. He can work on every car he has,” Short says. “He’s also got the largest privately owned solar complex in Northwest Arkansas.”

That means no power bills.

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Guesthouse interior

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A 600-square-foot guesthouse predates the main house, and it has a sleeping space, bathroom, kitchen, and living space.

Lower level

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Home theater

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Kitchen

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Plus, there’s lots of land, creating a feeling of privacy.

“You can see the University of Arkansas from the property. You don’t have any neighbors, but you’re 10 minutes from everything Fayetteville has,” he says.

Short says the buyer doesn’t necessarily need to be a car person.

“It could be somebody who’s looking to invest. The city is growing. The buyer could be somebody who wants to have fun and enjoy their investment.”

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